Vicitravrya, proud to be young and gorgeous, took them both by the hand; and he – the soul of dharma, the soul of desire – got stuck in.

The wives provide him with pleasure, but not sons; and seven years later he dies of consumption (1.96:57-8). So it seems that both brothers have problems with kma (kma for gold or superhuman status; kma for women); hence perhaps their childlessness.2